[mythtv] Via EPIA-M and DVB-T
linux at jtapply.plus.com
Sun Nov 2 17:25:32 EST 2003
I have Myth running on a Via EPIA-M 1000N with a Nova-T DVB
card - I am using the standard RH9 kernel (2.4.20-8) but I had to
patch the DVB driver to get it to compile. I found the patch somewhere
on the linuxtv.org site via a Google search.
Unfortunately my DVB-T stream is full of holes which seem to crash
Myth/Via-HW driver on a regular basis. I have been working on a fix
and it seems to be working, so I'd be happy to post it if someone
can remind me how to submit a patch!
From: mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org
[mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org]On Behalf Of Kenneth Aafl°y
Sent: 01 November 2003 21:36
To: rob at cue.cc; Development of mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv] Via EPIA-M and DVB-T
On Sat, 2003-11-01 at 15:52, mythdev at cue.cc wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using a Hush mini-itx (EPIA-M) with a Nebula DVB-T tuner.
> After a lot of mucking around, I have the DVB and bttv drivers working
> and using dvbstream I am capturing broadcast streams from my area.
> Problem is, I've had to grab a clean kernel (2.4.22) and patch it up
> to 2.4.23-pre8 to get the dvb-kernel drivers compiling. Now I cant
> install the so-called "kernel independent" Via Arena northbridge
> drivers (CLE266) because my kernel is not in the list of kernels that
> the binary CLE266 drivers have been compiled for.
> Before MythTV will be usable I need to get the graphics drivers
> working. I have been combing mailing lists and googling as best I
> can, but cannot come up with any solution to get the Via binary
> drivers loading against my current kernel.
> Has anyone been able to get both DVB drivers and Via EPIA-M graphics
> drivers to co-exist? Please help :)
I would suggest changing the kernel to a supported via kernel, getting
the epia-m graphics to work first. Then move on to any trouble that
arises from compiling dvb support on that kernel. To my experience the
dvb driver is very compatible with linux kernels in all. If it fails to
compile for you, try searching for the errors it'll give on either
linuxtv.org mailinglist archive or google, and i'll bet you'll find a
solution to your problem.
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